Rusthuiz Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... for which we were all thankful!
The wine tasters went to a winery on the outskirts of the city – Jordan. They enjoyed tasting 7 or 8 wines but declared them not to be brilliant. What was interesting was the way the vines were pruned and trained, rather different from Australia.
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We drove along the penninsula coast - again awesome scenery
We stopped to take a boat ride out to seal island. It was a fun bumpy wavy ride out. Didn't see any whales (my fav) but hundreds of seals. It was challenging to take pictures on the bobbing boat.
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Chapman's Peak Rd had spectacular scenery, hairpin turns and the ...
... and make money. The garden in that own ship feeds and provides income for about 50 families. We saw similar gardens in other townships as well. The organization emphasizes on sustainability and food accessibility. It was so inspiring to see what they are doing with a little bit of land and some organic produce. We moved on from seeing the gardens to just driving through the black. townships. Even after apartheid, the shantytowns are still divided into ...
... next to a fire sucking down a shiraz or two. Always helps too when the winery staff are more than happy to give you additional samples because you "sound like Mike Hussey and look like Michael Clarke!". So after heading for a quick visit to the Frankschhoek today we are back in Stellenbosch for the night. This is a laid back uni town where Afrikaans is the main language. It's quite unique to travel just half an hour (from Cape Town) to a town in the same ...
... with only one "body break" as they call them, we had lunch in the UCT cafeteria, where we got stared at like animals in a cage, then headed to downtown Cape Town!!
Downtown was absolutely breath taking and definitely not what I expected. We had never seen it before because it is on the other side of Table Mountain. The city is huge and beautiful. When you think of South Africa, you don't think of a city. But this city was like an American ...